Ken Watford  committed 842b669

Fixing README. Should be static and not contain Sphinx roles.

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 but it isn't required. Simple adjacency lists are supported as well.
 .. _NetworkX:
-The function of primary interest in this module is :func:`part_graph`.
-Other objects in the module may be of interest to those looking to 
-mangle their graph datastructures into the required format. Examples
-of this include the :func:`networkx_to_metis` and :func:`adjlist_to_metis` functions.
-These are automatically called by :func:`part_graph`, so there is
-little need to call them manually.
-See the BitBucket repository_  for updates and issue reporting.
-.. _repository:
-It's on PyPI, so installation should be as easy as::
-    pip install metis
-          -or-
-    easy_install metis
-METIS itself is not included with this wrapper. Get it here_.
-.. _here:
-Note that the shared library is needed, and isn't enabled by default
-by the configuration process. Turn it on by issuing::
-    make config shared=1
-Your operating system's package manager might know about METIS,
-but this wrapper was designed for use with METIS 5. Packages with
-METIS 4 will not work.
-This wrapper uses a few environment variables:
-.. envvar:: METIS_DLL
-This wrapper uses Python's ctypes module to interface with the METIS
-shared library. If it is unable to automatically locate the library, you
-may specify the full path to the library file in this environment variable.
-The sizes of the :c:type:`idx_t` and :c:type:`real_t` types are not
-easily determinable at runtime, so they can be provided with these 
-environment variables. The default value for each of these (at both compile 
-time and in this library) is 32, but they may be set to 64 if desired. If 
-the values do not match what was used to compile the library, Bad Things(TM) 
-will occur.
-    >>> import networkx as nx
-    >>> import metis 
-    >>> G = metis.example_networkx()
-    >>> (edgecuts, parts) = metis.part_graph(G, 3)
-    >>> colors = ['red','blue','green']
-    >>> for i, p in enumerate(parts):
-    ...     G.node[i]['color'] = colors[p]
-    ... 
-    >>> nx.write_dot(G, '') # Requires pydot or pygraphviz
-.. graphviz::
 import metis
-readmefile = open('README.rst', 'wt')